Published: Mon, June 26, 2017
USA | By Kelli Rowe

Trump confirms he called health care bill 'mean'

Trump confirms he called health care bill 'mean'

The Republican Senate is pushing for a vote in the coming days on its health care plan.

President Donald Trump seemed to confirm reports that he called the House of Representatives' healthcare bill "mean" during a "Fox & Friends" interview that aired Sunday morning. Walker said he's spoken with McConnell and other Senate leaders and called on them to change the bill before holding a vote.

His concerns about the Senate bill ― written in secret and unveiled Thursday ― included that it could cause a rise in insurance premiums.

Johnson was one of four senators who said Thursday, hours after the plan became public, that they are "not ready to vote for this bill". And I am open arms, but I don't see that happening. "The level of hostility".

"She's a hopeless case". I think she's a highly overrated voice'.

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The Trump administration is reminding the Republicans that the Senate bill fulfills several 2016 campaign promises. "I certainly hope the Democrats do not force Nancy P out". It is believed the president wants to see a more generous bill pass through the Senate.

"I'm for 100 percent repeal, that's what I want, but if you offer me a 90 percent repeal, I'd probably vote for it". Joe Manchin III while the West Virginia Democrat was speaking to reporters about health care, and with cameras rolling, Johnson insisted that senators do in fact get along. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, who said on NBC's Meet the Press, "I would like to delay the thing".

The bill was introduced by Thune with the backing of ranking Democrat Bill Nelson of Florida and Aviation Subcommittee leaders Roy Blunt, R-Mo., and Maria Cantwell, D-Wash. "These bills aren't going to fix the problem". It would provide tax credits, based on income, age and geography, which would make more money available to lower-income recipients to help them buy insurance.

She says she intends to wait for a Congressional Budget Office analysis before making a decision. But she said it will be "extremely difficult" for the White House to be able to find a narrow path to attract both conservatives and moderates. "And I'm not against it just because I want to be against it". He said he feels "a sense of urgency" to push forward because the health care system is in "full meltdown mode".

As if on cue, Thune's Commerce Committee late last week trumpeted the introduction of the Senate version of legislation that would reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration. Better Care would also limit government spending on the rest of the Medicaid program, giving states a set amount to spend per person rather than the insurance program's now open-ended funding commitment. "And let's sit down and start working toward repairing the basic concept of what we have in the Affordable Care Act".

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"If we get to impasse, if we go to a bill that is more repeal and less big government programs, yes I'll consider partial repeal", Paul said on ABC.

"Now when I look at where we are, at the size and effectiveness of this network, I'm blown away", he told donors.

In a 2015 interview with The Daily Signal, Trump said: "I'm not going to cut Social Security like every other Republican and I'm not going to cut Medicare or Medicaid".

"I think Congress has a responsibility of doing more work in a timely fashion than what we've been able to do so far", he said. "Famous last words right?" They've been able to get treatment and support services through Medicaid. "We don't have too much of a choice, because the alternative is the dead carcass of Obamacare".

President Donald Trump promised to repeal and replace the health care law Republicans deride as "Obamacare".

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